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- Caught the train from the Gold Coast , got off at Eagle Junction and found our way to Jim Soorley Bikeway. Rode along until the wetlands, then to Redcliffe. A great day out. You must clear Central train station by 7.00 am midweek and be out of city by 3.00 pm coming home because 0f city commuters. Caught the train back from Mango hill and Changed at Eagle Junction for Airtrain home to Gold Coast. Fabulous.Written 6 January 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I’m fairly new to this riding to get/stay fit thing! I feel much safer using this path than the roads. The people are courteous when crossing in your path, there is one coffee stop near Mercer Park, called Grid. Not always open but still, they seem friendly and good brew!
I also enjoy the workout stations along the route. The dog parks are cool too, and the activity parks you ride around, like bbqparks cricket football field. Stop and watch a game! The maps are clear to read so you can’t get too lost.Written 21 May 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This little known beauty is just 30 minutes from Brisbane. I did the 5.5km Gold Creek Reservoir Circuit which takes you around the dam through some secluded forest with the sound of bellbirds & other bird calls all around you. I went in an anti clockwise direction which involved walking across the dam wall/spillway to hook onto the track. It took me 1hr15 at a steady pace with no stops. It’s an easy/moderate walk that undulates and has a few steepish uphill sections, but is relaxing & enjoyable overall. There are a few spots where you get close to the dam and can get some picturesque views, but the walk is forested on both sides for the most part. What I loved most was how quiet it was (I only saw two couples on the track). There is a large grass slide which kids were sliding down with makeshift cardboard toboggans. The drive in through Brookfield takes you through some lovely countryside on the way. The dam is used as potable water supply for Brisbane & it’s 1.2km at its longest point with an area of approx 10.5 square kilometres.Written 18 June 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Really disappointing, given that this trail clearly had some real thought put in in 1993. The signage is better maintained than the art itself. A pleasant walk but nothing more.Written 12 July 2016